(SURVEY) Standard Terminologies in OHIE Implementations

The OpenHIE
Terminology Services subcommunity
has put together a survey to
better understand the current state of a country or organizations use of terminology services and standard terminologies in OpenHIE implementations. Collecting this information will help the OpenHIE community to identify where countries are aligned on terminologies.
This survey is designed to be completed by someone with knowledge of the country or organization’s plans and use of standardized terminology so we want to make sure its distributed to the correct people to make sure we get accurate feedback.

We are asking our community to help circulate this important resource for gathering information so we can better serve our community at large! Any questions or concerns please reach out to Jon
Payne or Jack Bowie, emails included on this thread.

**Jamie Thomas **|****Community Manager

Center for Biomedical Informatics


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Indianapolis, IN 46202

Tel 317-274-9218 | Fax 317-274-9305

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